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Proclamation declaring the Parliament shall sit the one and twentieth day of October.   2
Proclamation declaring the rates at which gold shall be current in payments, and to prohibite the transportation of the same.   2
Proclamation declaring the right of the Fellowship and Company of English Merchants for Discovery of New Trades (commonly called the Muscovia Company)   1658 1
Proclamation declaring the seasonable times when vvarrants for venison in the Kings forrests.   1638 1
Proclamation declaring the seasonable times when warrants for venison in the Kings forrests.   1638 1
Proclamation declaring Their Majesties pleasure for continuing the seamen.   1692 1
Proclamation, declaring Their Majesties pleasure for continuing the seamen belonging to their first, second and third rate ships in their service during this winter, and for payment of their wages before the fleet shall set sail for the next summers   4
Proclamation declaring those of Scotland, who have entred, or shall enter this kingdom in a warlike manner, and their adherents, to be rebels and traitours to His Majestie.   2
A proclamation : Declaring War against France and Spain.   1702 1
A proclamation, declaring war against the French king. : Edinburgh, the 6th of August, 1689.   1689 1
A proclamation, declaring William and Mary King and Queen of England : to be King and Queen of Scotland. Edinburgh April 11. 1689.   2
A proclamation declaring William and Mary King and Queen of Scotland.   1689 1
Proclamation declaringe Iames Marques of Ormond to be lieutenant generall and generall governour of the kingdome of Ireland.   1649 1
Proclamation des estatz D'angleterre pour la reception du roy d'Escosse á la couronne..   1603 1
Proclamation designating December 15, 1941, as Bill of Rights Day. June 2, 1941. -- Referred to the House Calendar and ordered to be printed. / [electronic resource]  1941 1
A proclamation deuised and made by the kynges highnes : by thaduise of his maiesties counsayle, the .xvi. day of May, in the .xxxvi. yere of his highnes reigne, that all Frenchemen (not being denizens) shall depart this his realme within .xx. dayes n   1544 1
A proclamation deuised by the kinges hyghnes, with thaduise of his most honorable counsell, to auoide and abolish suche englishe bookes, as conteine pernicious and detestable errours and heresies : made the .viii. daye of Iuly, the .xxxviii. yere of   1546 1
[A proclamation deuysed by the Kinges maiesty, by the advyse of his hyghnes counsel, the xxii. day of Iuly, in the .xxxiii. yere of his maiesties reygne.].   1541 1
A proclamation deuysed by the Kynges maiestie, vvith the assent of his hyghnes counsell, by the auctoritie of the acte made for proclamations, for the vittaylynge of the Kynges maiesties tovvne of Caleys, Guysnes, Hammes, and the marches of the same   1541 1
Proclamation devised and made by the kynges highnes.   1544 1
Proclamation devised by the kinges hyghnes, with thadvise of his most honorable counsell, to avoide and abolish suche englishe bookes, as conteine pernicious and detestable errours and heresies.   1546 1
Proclamation devysed by the Kinges majesty, by the advyse of his hyghnes counsel, the xxii. day of July, in the .xxxiii. yere of his majesties reygne.   1541 1
Proclamation devysed by the Kynges majestie, with the assent of his hyghnes counsell, by the auctoritie of the acte made for proclamatione, for the vittaylynge of the Kinges majesties towne of Caleys, Guysnes, Hammes, and the marches of the same.   1541 1
Proclamation directing how prisoners shall be ordered which are taken at sea, by men of warre.   1628 1
Proclamation directing how prisoners shall bee ordered which are taken at sea, by men of warre.   1628 1
Proclamation disbanding the Continental army --   1910 1
Proclamation : discharging all English unmilln'd-money to pass, except by weight, and allowing and crying-up the English milln'd crown to three pound five shilling, with it's fractions proportionally.   1697 1
A proclamation discharging all persons in the southern and western shires : to travel from one jurisdiction to another without a pass.   1684 1
A proclamation discharging any persons to travel vvith arms vvithout licence.   1679 1
Proclamation discharging bonfires and illuminations.   2
A proclamation : discharging correspondence and commerce with France.   2
A proclamation discharging doits.   1674 1
A proclamation : discharging English clipt-money.   1695 1
Proclamation discharging export and allowing import of victual.   1698 1
A proclamation discharging forraign copper-coyn to be imported or made use of in this kingdom.   3
A proclamation : discharging forraign copper or brass-coyn.   1697 1
A proclamation, discharging levies, vvithout his Majesties special licence.   1674 1
Proclamation, discharging levies, without his Majesties special licence.   1674 1
Proclamation discharging merchants and other traffickers, to sell or exchange any prohibite commodities, with themselves or amongst others.   3
Proclamation, discharging merchants and other traffickers to sell or exchange any prohibited commodities.   1683 1
Proclamation : discharging persons to be brought from the Netherlands without passes.   1694 1
A proclamation, discharging persons to go off the countrey. : At Edinburgh, the 3d of August, 1689.   1689 1
A proclamation : discharging persons to travel to Ireland without passes.   1695 1
A proclamation discharging silk lace, white lace, and point to be imported or worn upon apparel ... 16 March.   1682 1
Proclamation : discharging the base cooper money, coyned in Ireland by the late King James, in 1689, and 1690.   2
Proclamation, discharging the base copper money.   1695 1
Proclamation discharging the base copper money, coyned in Ireland by the late King James, in 1689, and 1690.   2
Proclamation : discharging the export, and allowing the import of victual.   1699 1
A proclamation : discharging the exportation of broken-brass and copper.   1693 1
A proclamation : discharging the exportation of victual.   1690 1
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